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Delivering Sunday Meals with Agape Way

Volunteers serve approximately 170 people each Sunday a breakfast of hot scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, peanut butter sandwich, and fruit. Volunteers also give out seasonal items, hygiene kits and clothing. The minimum age to volunteer is 6.

Agape Way Ministry is a Christian organization that also shares the gospel with those they serve. Their mission is to love and share fellowship with people who come from the surrounding community. Please consider making a financial contribution to cover the cost of the food; please visit their website at agapewayinc.org

Volunteers are asked to please bring a 24 pack of 16-20 ounce water bottles. You are welcome to bring other items to be distributed, such as blankets, hygiene kits, clothing, shoes, sleeping bags, bagged lunches including a sandwich, a snack, fruit, bottled water. If you do bring donations, please give to the Agape Way staff first as they have a specific protocol they follow to distribute items.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Friday Fun Night

Atlanta Mission Women's and Children's services are provided at My Sister's House, a 264 bed facility that offers overnight and residential care for women and women with children experiencing homelessness. Pebble Tossers hosts an Activities Night the first Friday of most months. Volunteers provide a fun, friendly, and interactive activity night for the youth residents at My Sister's House. Activities may include: games, crafts, "mini-spa" nights, playground games, scavenger hunt, talent shows and more! Volunteers may bring basketballs, outdoor toys and books to leave for the children and moms at My Sister's House. If you bring a donation, please give to the Pebble Tossers Service Leaders. Min. age is 11 and if under 16 you need to have an adult with you.

Not a member of Pebble Tossers yet? We have opened up our Sept. 6 project with My Sister's House. Click here to volunteer.

If you are over 18, in addition to signing up for the event through Pebble Tossers, you must also register for the project on the Atlanta Mission (My Sister's House) website. Volunteers 18 or older that have not created a profile with the Atlanta Mission MUST do that in addition to registering with for the project. Please click here to create a profile AND/OR to register for the project with the Atlanta Mission.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Meal Delivery

Open Hand Atlanta prepares, packs and delivers nearly 5,000 meals on a daily basis. Open Hand is one of the largest community-based providers of home-delivered meals and nutrition services in the United States.

The 4th Saturday of each month, Pebble Tossers takes 2 routes with 7-9 households to visit. You will deliver meals within the metro Atlanta area and we can work with you to find a route that you are most comfortable with. Drivers are a critical part of the service Open Hand provides to the community, since a majority of their clients are homebound. The volunteers are quite often the only person a client may see that day, so that moment shared with the client is very meaningful.

While we have a limited number of drivers, you may bring as many people as you like to help with your deliveries. This is a great project to do as a family or with friends. Drivers do have to be 21.

The September 28 date is an open project. If you would like to try a Pebble Tossers Project before you join, click here to register.


After registering for the project with Pebble Tossers all volunteers must also create an account with Open Hand, click here for registration.

You start at the Open Hand location on Armour Drive. If this is your first time volunteering with Open Hand you will participate in a short orientation and then you will be given your route.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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Warehouse Warriors

Helping Mamas connects helping mamas to mamas needing help. As a warehouse warrior, you will help inventory donations, sort clothing, and baby supplies and organize the warehouse. Helping Mamas needs your help to keep their donations organized and going back out to children who need them. Children warehouse warriors participate in creating arts and cards for the families we serve. They are also able to assist with sorting hats/socks, repackaging open/loose diapers, organizing books and toys!

This opportunity is great for individuals, groups, or families. Volunteers must be 17 to participate without an adult.


Contact Person: Lisa Gill

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